This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Swiffer.
The floors in this house are constantly a mess. Little bits of crumbs and stuck-on food abound, even moments after vacuuming. Keeping the floors clean is constant battle when you have little ones, and one that I don’t foresee winning any time soon. Or do I?
We just got done testing the new Swiffer Sweep & Trap. My kit came with two messes. One package contained nuts and screws and the other was filled with wood chips. After cleaning the house today, the thought of making two intentional messes wasn’t a pleasant one. But I did it for you! You want to see how well the Sweep & Trap works, right?
I was amazed at how well this picked up the screws and nuts. This is something I would never in a million try to even pick up with my vacuum! The wood chips were a little bit more of a challenge. It took at least 20 passes for me to get it all up. I think maybe because they stuck to the cloth. But I am still thoroughly impressed by how well this Swiffer product works.
This is my favorite Swiffer product yet. It only took about a minute to assemble and it is completely fuss free. It reminded me of the sweepers they use in restaurants, and my daughter noted that it makes a lot less noise than the regular vacuum which is why I’m sure they use them. She was happy that she could still hear her show on the television. Because vacuums are so disruptive – Ha!
Here is the real reason I love the Swiffer Sweep & Trap so much. My little helper loved using it, and this is one cleaning device I don’t mind her using because it doesn’t involve an outlet.
The Sweep & Trap uses dry cloths that will catch whatever is left behind after you sweep. When you’re done, you can easily empty the collection bin. It’s very easy to unsnap and resnap when you’re ready to use it again.
Buy yourself one at Walmart. I don’t think you’ll regret it.